Nordic Design

This edition is dedicated to Nordic design.

You are invited to share your experience in business design and to get inspired by organizations, using design as a driver for innovation. Last time we introduced the activity of the Global Service Design Network and had speakers from Coca-Cola. This time we are going to Scandivania, learning from Telenor and the Nordic Service Design community.

Bonus: This is a networking and experience-sharing event, so expect to meet like-minded people over a glass of wine.

19:00 - Welcome drink

19:30 - Short design talks

Welcome - Eleonora Carnasa, Service Design Network, Bulgaria

Service Design at Telenor - Deniza Kulaxazova and Anna Mitova, Service Designers 

Nordic Service Design - screening of the inspiring nordic documentary

20:10 - More drinks

21:00 - End


Registration: https://www.service-design-network.org/chapters/sdn-bulgaria/events/service-design-drinks-3


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